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Vivian Krause

Vancouver Researcher, Writer

Vivian Krause is a Vancouver researcher and writer. Her work raises fair questions about the science and the funding of environmental campaigns. During the 1990s, Vivian worked on community health and development in Guatemala and Indonesia. She holds a Bachelor of Science from McGill University and a Masters Degree from l'Université de Montréal. Vivian is also a contributor to The Financial Post. She resides in Vancouver. Follow her on Twitter @FairQuestions.
A Vote For Vision Vancouver Is A Vote For U.S.

A Vote For Vision Vancouver Is A Vote For U.S. Interests

If anybody can operate pipelines and oil tankers, Canadians can. Proof of this is the track record of the Port of Vancouver which has operated safely with no major oil spills in more than 100 years. Voting for Gregor Robertson means voting to support a foreign-funded campaign that is keeping Canada over a barrel and costing our country billions.
11/13/2014 11:35 EST
Oil Behind U.S. Funding Of Canadian Environmental

Oil Behind U.S. Funding Of Canadian Environmental Conservation

The same U.S. foundations that fund conservation in Canada also fund American groups working towards energy security, including a foundation called Securing America's Future Energy. The name says it all. American foundations aim to reduce fossil fuel dependence to stop global warming and strengthen U.S. national, energy and economic security. That's clear. What's unclear is whether they fund conservation initiatives in Canada, in part, to foster U.S. energy security.
12/07/2012 04:19 EST